South Africans have been fast to adopt an inexpensive alternative to pursuing conventional copper cable infrastructures or the more costly laying of fibre, enter wireless broadband. Businesses and building managers are finding that this type of broadband Internet is just far more viable than having to fork out thousands, if not millions, for the introducing of cables to real estate and enterprises.
With the rise of metroethernet technology, installation is much faster and with the lack of requirement for cables, there is no risk of downtime for residents or business users due to cable theft. But the question remains, how exactly does metro wireless internet connectivity work? Read on to find out more or contact us direct for first-hand information.